LAW & JUSTICE
TOP STORIES

Chatham Township Police Chief Steven Hennelly Retires After 31 Years; Hired as Director of Security for Newport Centre Mall

June 22, 2018

CHATHAM, NJ - Police Chief Steven E. Hennelly abruptly announced the end of his 31-year association with Chatham Township law enforcement when he confirmed his retirement on Thursday at the Chatham Township Committee meeting.

Hennelly, 53, will immediately be starting a new job in the private sector as the director of the security for the Newport Centre Mall in Jersey City. Hennelly, who ...

Chatham Township Police Chief Steven Hennelly Retires After 31 Years; Hired as Director of Security for Newport Centre Mall

CHATHAM, NJ - Police Chief Steven E. Hennelly abruptly announced the end of his 31-year association with Chatham Township law enforcement when he confirmed his retirement on Thursday at the Chatham Township Committee meeting.

Hennelly, 53, will immediately be start a new job in the private sector as the director of the security for the Newport Centre Mall in Jersey City. Hennelly, ...

Former NYPD Sergeant Sentenced For Gun Incident in Watchung

WATCHUNG, NJ - A former New York City Police sergeant was sentenced on Friday to five years in state prison,  with 42 months to be served without parole, after she was found guilty of second-degree possession of a firearm for an unlawful purpose and disorderly persons criminal mischief in an incident in Watchung, Somerset County Prosecutor Michael H. Robertson ...

Sex Toys, Gay Jokes, Nepotism, Frat-Boy Pranks; Mountainside P.D. Out of Control says Lawsuit

MOUNTAINSIDE, NJ – In a 46-page complaint packed with allegations of harassment involving sex toys, official misconduct, nepotism, hazing, double-dipping and other egregious behavior, five Mountainside police officers and a female employee are suing the borough in state Superior Court.
The complaint, filed by officers Jeffrey Stinner, Christopher Feighner, Richard Latargia, Thomas ...

Five Police Officers and One Employee of Mountainside Police Department File a Lawsuit

MOUNTAINSIDE, NJ – Five Mountainside Police Officers and one employee filed a lawsuit against the borough in the Superior Court of New Jersey on May 11, 2018. The borough announced the lawsuit and provided background information regarding the issue on a statement posted on the borough’s website.

Mountainside PBA attorney, Leonard C. Schiro had requested a meeting with ...

TAP Into Another Town's News:

TAP Into Another Town's News:

Sign Up for E-News

Berkeley Heights